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Tammy Keith

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Feeling guilt at Christmas over gifts

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

Words I associate with Christmas are excitement, wonder, Jesus, joy and guilt.

‘New beginnings’: Russellville woman, daughters happy with Habitat house

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Comment 1

Becca Anderson of Russellville grew up with 10 brothers and sisters in a one-bathroom house, so her new 1,048-square-foot, 1 1/2-bath Habitat for Humanity of Pope County home is a dream come true.

Woman follows heart to start Pope County Habitat

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

RUSSELLVILLE — Lori Grace worked with Habitat for Humanity volunteers from another state in 2010 while on a mission trip to the Appalachian Mountains, and when she got back home to Russellville, she was fired up to start a Pope County affiliate.

Barbara Williams: UCA nursing chair to lead Conway Regional board

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

The white nurse’s cap that Barbara Williams wore in the hospital in the late 1960s and early 1970s is on display in her office at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, just one reminder of how times have changed in the profession.

Conway woman receives service award

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Jamie Boyd of Conway, who has served on the Women’s Shelter Board of Central Arkansas for 10 years, is doubly appreciated.

Spreading Christmas cheer: Wooster, Maumelle students perform in Elf at The Rep

posted: 12/11/2014 midnight Discuss

Anna Beth Jeane, 12, of Wooster and Marisol Sela, 10, of Maumelle are helping bring Christmas cheer to audiences in Elf, the musical, playing at Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Little Rock through Jan. 4.

Plethora of pelicans wintering on Lake Conway

posted: 12/11/2014 midnight Discuss

MAYFLOWER — While ducks may have eluded some waterfowlers this season, pelicans have been plentiful the past few weeks on several of the larger bodies of water in the River Valley & Ozark Edition coverage area, including on the Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir.

Saving soles: Two Conway cobblers keep a dying art alive

posted: 12/07/2014 midnight Discuss

James Cedillo, wearing a beret, and round, wire-rimmed glasses, his hair in a ponytail, emerged from the back of B&H Shoe Repair Shop in downtown Conway and waited on customers as classic rock played from a satellite radio on the counter.

Mayflower settles with fired principal for $35,000

posted: 12/07/2014 midnight Discuss

MAYFLOWER — The Mayflower School District’s insurance company has settled with fired high school principal Jeff Cagle for an amount of $35,000, Superintendent John Gray said.

Maria Hoskins: Former congressional aide writes children’s book

posted: 12/07/2014 midnight Comment 1

Maria Hoskins has worked for a U.S. congressman, met Gladys Knight and danced with James Brown, but it’s memories of her childhood in Mayflower that she said are most special to her.

10-year-old named Volunteer of the Year in Heber Springs

posted: 12/07/2014 midnight Discuss

HEBER SPRINGS — Mason Harris is the youngest Volunteer of the Year the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce has ever had — by decades. Just 10, he’s also the youngest ambassador in the program’s history.

Conway man wins World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest

posted: 12/07/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — David St. John of Conway didn’t let nerves get to him, and he won the World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest in November at the 79th annual Wings Over the Prairie Festival in Stuttgart after qualifying for the contest 12 years in a row and previously almost winning twice.

‘Just amazing’: 10-year-old named Volunteer of the Year by Heber Springs Chamber

posted: 12/04/2014 midnight Discuss

Mason Harris is the youngest Volunteer of the Year the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce has ever had — by decades. Just 10, he’s also the youngest ambassador in the program’s history.

‘Giving community’: Christmas Boot Drive new name for firefighter charity

posted: 11/30/2014 midnight Discuss

The name of the annual drive has changed, but the firefighters’ mission is the same — to provide clothes, shoes, toys and food at Christmas for hundreds of Faulkner County children.

Central Baptist College receives $25,000 donation

posted: 11/30/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Conway Development Corp. President and CEO Brad Lacy said the number of people in Faulkner County who have some college credit but not a degree is “staggering,” and he is counting on Central Baptist College to reduce that number.

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